Walking to the north coast of Westray I’m struck by how diverse the views are.
Here are Curlews on the bay with amazing muted Orkney colours.
There’s a suspicious domestic cat on the rocks of the shore.
Hundreds of Painted Lady Butterflies have flown in.
And there’s a Water Crowfoot, probably Brackish Water Crowfoot, Ranunculus baudotii, in the pool.
It’s just gone over its peak, as have I, metaphorically and literally.